The Washington Post: The phones of 14 Arab and global leaders were hacked

Washington-ALSHARQIYA  July 21: The American newspaper, Washington Post, revealed that the phones of 14 Arab and international leaders were exposed to an electronic hacking process to spy on their phones, including Iraqi President Barham Salih, French President Emmanuel Macron and the King of Morocco

 An investigative report conducted by The Washington Post and 16 news organizations around the world said it was not possible to determine whether the spyware had infected Iraqi President Barham Salih's phone or whether there was any attempt to do so.

 In the same context, the Guardian reported that the leaked database at the heart of the Pegasus program includes the mobile phone numbers of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan as well as diplomatic officials, military and senior political leaders from 34 countries.

It is noteworthy that local reports added fake names that do not exist in the first place to the list published by the Washington Post, which includes 50,000 numbers that were spied on using the "Pegasus" program.


Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed the need for coordination between

Jordanian Interior Minister Mazen Al-Faraya affirmed that his country's relations

Jordanian Prime Minister Bishr Al-Khasawneh reiterated the Kingdom's keenness